G-Spot Tornado

Album: Jazz From Hell (1986)


  • Although the entire Jazz From Hell album is instrumental, it was released with a Parental Advisory sticker because of the title of this song. The "G-Spot" refers to a female erogenous zone.
  • This piece was composed on an electric instrument called the Synclavier because Zappa felt that the piece as he envisioned it could never be played by any humans. He was proven wrong when the Ensemble Modern performed it on his Yellow Shark tour. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    David - Mesa, AZ, for above 2

Comments: 6

  • Esskayess from Dallas, TxI never could play the piano very well, but I could always hit that G-spot on the keyboard.
  • Joe from Grants Pass, OrWho was the Frikkin Choreographer on this one !!??????
  • Ben from Elroig, NetherlandsThe version on Yellow Shark is exceptionally good. I Even like the dancing, although I'm not known for my dancing fancies.And I'm not a 'dancing fool'.
  • Dylan from Port Orange, FlWOAH, Darrell, TMI!
  • Darrell from EugeneI know that this isn't a tornado per se, but when I shook up a bottle of Canada Dry Club Soda, stuck it inside Serena (my current love interest, 24 years younger than I), I would assume that a G-Spot Hurricane happened then and there, judging from Serena's reaction.
  • Gordo from Hershey, Palol me and my friends call each other G-spot. Yeah Zappa should have been President.
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